د تورخم یو څو انځورونه ۲۰۱۱-۹-۲۹

September 29, 2011

Pfc Charleston Robert from US army HHB 3-7 Field Artillery Regiment 3rd Bct 25th ID scans en eye of an Afghan man with Automated Biometric Identification System (ABIS) during a mission in Turkham Nangarhar bordering with Pakistan on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission.

A woman and her child beg in Turkham Nangarhar, bordering with Pakistan, on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission.

Two Burqa clad Afghan women sit in a push cart in Turkham Nangarhar, bordering with Pakistan on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission.

An Afghan man sits in front of a truck in Turkham Nangarhar, bordering with Pakistan, on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission.

An Afghan man sits on a push cart in Turkham Nangarhar, bordering with Pakistan, on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission.

Afghan children sits in a push cart in Turkham Nangarhar, bordering with Pakistan, on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission.

An Afghan man sits in a push cart in Turkham Nangarhar, bordering with Pakistan on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission.

Sgt James Cook from US army HHB 3-7 Field Artillery Regiment 3rd Bct 25th ID walks during a mission in Turkham Nangarhar, bordering with Pakistan, on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission.

Ssg Williams from US army HHB 3-7 Field Artillery Regiment 3rd Bct 25th ID stands as Afghan men waiting for a scan with an Automated Biometric Identification System (ABIS) during a mission in Turkham Nangarhar bordering with Pakistan on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission.

Spc Laughton Alex from US army HHB 3-7 Field Artillery Regiment 3rd Bct 25th ID scans finger prints of an Afghan man as part of Automated Biometric Identification System (ABIS) during a mission in Turkham Nangarhar bordering with Pakistan on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA.

Pfc Lee Jarod from US army HHB 3-7 Field Artillery Regiment 3rd Bct 25th ID scans finger prints of an Afghan man as part of Automated Biometric Identification System (ABIS) during a mission in Turkham Nangarhar bordering with Pakistan on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission.Spc Laughton Alex from US army HHB 3-7 Field Artillery Regiment 3rd Bct 25th ID scans eyes of an Afghan man for Automated Biometric Identification System (ABIS) during a mission in Turkham Nangarhar bordering with Pakistan on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission.

Pfc Lee Jarod from US army HHB 3-7 Field Artillery Regiment 3rd Bct 25th ID scans finger print of an Afghan man with Automated Biometric Identification System (ABIS) during a mission in Turkham Nangarhar bordering with Pakistan on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA.

 

Spc Charleston Robert from US army HHB 3-7 Field Artillery Regiment 3rd Bct 25th ID scans eyes of an Afghan man with Automated Biometric Identification System (ABIS) during a mission in Turkham Nangarhar bordering with Pakistan on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission.

Pfc Lee Jarod (L), Pfc Wheeler Russel (C) and Charleston Robert from US army HHB 3-7 Field Artillery Regiment 3rd Bct 25th ID scann Afghans as part of Automated Biometric Identification System (ABIS) during a mission in Turkham Nangarhar bordering with Pakistan on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission.

Pfc Lee Jarod (L) Pfc Wheeler Russel (C) and Charleston Robert from US army HHB 3-7 Field Artillery Regiment 3rd Bct 25th ID scans a finger prints of an Afghan man as part of an Automated Biometric Identification System (ABIS) during a mission in Turkham Nangarhar bordering with Pakistan on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission.

 

An Afghan man looks at US army soldiers from HHB 3-7 Field Artillery Regiment 3rd Bct 25th ID during their mission in Turkham Nangarhar, bordering with Pakistan, on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission.

An Afghan boy is seen in Turkham Nangarhar, bordering with Pakistan, on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission.

Afghan people are pictured in Turkham Nangarhar, bordering with Pakistan, on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission.

An Afghan boy smiles as US army soldiers from HHB 3-7 Field Artillery Regiment 3rd Bct 25th ID are on a mission in Turkham Nangarhar, bordering with Pakistan, on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission.An Afghan is pictured in Turkham Nangarhar, bordering with Pakistan, on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission.

An Afghan boy looks at US army soldiers from HHB 3-7 Field Artillery Regiment 3rd Bct 25th ID during their mission in Turkham Nangarhar, bordering with Pakistan, on September 27, 2011. Turkham is a border crossing town in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan and the Khyber Agency of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A decade of fighting in Afghanistan has since snowballed into a huge effort involving around 130,000 foreign troops from dozens of countries, with the resilient Taliban using homemade bombs and guerrilla tactics in a bid to undermine the Afghan government and the NATO mission.



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